12 March 2009 Performance evaluation of a full line of medical diagnostic displays and test of a web-based service for remote calibration and quality assurance
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Main goal of this study is to compare the performances of a full line of LCD diagnostic display systems, in terms of white point luminance, accuracy and stability over time, GSDF conformance and luminance uniformity, and to test a web-based service for remote calibration and QA in a large hospital. The display systems under test included 3MP and 5MP grayscale, 2MP and 6MP color and 5MP mammography LCD monitors, all manufactured by BARCO, for a total amount of 119 units. Measured performances were all within the acceptance range proposed by the major international protocols and show a very good stability in time, except for a few cases. The web-based service for remote QA and calibration resulted well suited for the management of a large scale medical facility, where high performance displays are in use and time saving QA programs and a central QA policy are both needed.
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S. Busoni, S. Busoni, G. Belli, G. Belli, A. Taddeucci, A. Taddeucci, S. Targetti, S. Targetti, I. Menchi, I. Menchi, C. Gori, C. Gori, L. Capaccioli, L. Capaccioli, A. Falivene, A. Falivene, G. Spanò, G. Spanò, A. Guasti, A. Guasti, P. Saletti, P. Saletti, F. Rossi, F. Rossi, } "Performance evaluation of a full line of medical diagnostic displays and test of a web-based service for remote calibration and quality assurance", Proc. SPIE 7263, Medical Imaging 2009: Image Perception, Observer Performance, and Technology Assessment, 72630A (12 March 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.812283; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.812283
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